Resilience and Joy: A Son’s Journey Inspires a Mother’s Gift
“Union gave Larry the firm basis that he needed. That’s why I made this gift. I wanted to help someone with financial need have the wonderful experience at Union that he did,” said Jeanne Levitz, mother of Larry Levitz '76.
The Gift of Music
Music is inextricably woven into the essence of Kurt Glacy’s life. An alumnus of the Class of 1990, it has been a beacon and an inspiration for him—a way forward that’s steadying and freeing in the same breath.
Uniquely Union: Supporting a powerful blend of liberal arts & engineering
Karen and Richard Delaney ’80 believe Union “has an extraordinary opportunity in the higher education space.” That’s why they made a gift to the President’s Discretionary Fund for Engineering at Union.
Undergraduate research: An invaluable experience
“Conducting undergraduate research really helped me build the foundation of my science identity,” said Jared Mondschein ’14, who majored in chemistry. “It made me feel like I could be a part of the scientific community.”
Understanding and appreciating the major civilizations of Asia
Professor Emeritus Donald Thurston makes a gift every year in support of the Asian Studies program
The Richmond Fund
The Richmond Fund was created by Diana Gazzolo ’78 and Marcie Harmon-Mackin ’76 to help AOP students with term abroad expenses.